Cancer Council recognises that carers play a vital and demanding role, which can be stressful and result in feelings of anxiety. We offer support online, over the phone and in person.
Call 13 11 20 for more information.
Some of our services for carers include:
Information and support services
Health care professionals who provide information and support over the phone for carers, family and friends.
An online community where carers, family and friends can give and receive online support. Available 24/7.
Connect with other carers via phone based support groups from the comfort of your own home.
Share your experiences with people who are facing similar challenges.
This service provides information and social support in hospitals.
Practical support services
This service helps carers and people affected by cancer to get to and from treatment when they don’t have access to their own transport. We also assist with access to accommodation services and home help for people experiencing financial hardship.
This service provides financial assistance to help with housework and gardening services.
This program supports survivors and their carers to exercise and eat well after cancer treatment.
This service can help you cope with some of the legal and financial challenges you may face as a carer.
Information resources for carers
A series of online webinars to help carers better understand survivorship issues.